Commodity Trading

GK Investment Holding Group provides teams of experienced traders adept at tailored services to clients allowing them to make better decisions, which in turn improve overall performance.

Working closely with clients, our Group has structured commodity transactions between corporate and sovereign institutions.

For over 30 years, GK Investment Holding Group has managed large quantities of commodities and structured contracts for the trade of crude oil, condensate, cotton, phosphates, and coffee from the MEA regions. Expert project-management skills garnered from decades of experience over a variety of different trading markets has allowed the group to facilitate these large commodity trades in the MEA nations. Correspondingly, the Group also facilitates the return supply of refined products and building materials to various nations.

GK Investment Holding Group has decennial experience in processing crude oil under long-term and spot agreements with independent global refiners. We have traded for Olympic Oil Company (London), Olympic Energy (Italy) and Attock.

Contracts with national oil companies have included counterparties from the Gulf nations (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Syria and Bahrain); African nations (Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana and Mali); European and North African nations (Greece, Italy, Spain, Romania, Turkey, Tunisia and Algeria); as well as in Malaysia, China, India, Iran and Venezuela.

Our clients rank amongst the principal international oil companies: AGIP, Elf, Amoco, Exxon, Phibro, Mitsubishi, Marubeni and Jamjoom Wescon.

GK Investment Holding Group’s trading philosophy is to seek and identify robust performance and growth areas within diverse trading markets. Specifically, the Group advised the Governments of Mali, Niger, Chad and Togo on various initiatives aimed at assisting cotton growers’ access to production input, training and value creation.

Our services help clients to improve trading performance by providing strategic reviews and business analyses aimed at pinpointing the nature of the changes that are most likely to have an impact upon trading positions.

Experience shows that when this strategy is successful, yields in commodities are enhanced, and total aggregate production increases.